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Books be e-axes - Jul 2014

"Economics: The User's Guide" by Ha-Joon Chang
Thu, 2014-07-10 11:47

"There are many different economic theories and they all have something to contribute. They have their weaknesses and strengths because they all make certain assumptions about ethics and politics. They all have different theories about how economies develop, different visions of what an ideal society looks like and so on. People should be exposed to as broad a range of theories as possible in order to have a more sophisticated view of the world. By looking at many theories you get to see the world in a more complicated way."--Ha-Joon Chang


"Post-crisis Fiscal Policy" edited by Carlo Cottarelli, Philip Gerson and Abdelhak Senhadji
Mon, 2014-07-21 13:00   -   (0) comments

“Post-crisis Fiscal Policy gives a much-needed, and seminal, analysis of the fiscal problems in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. It describes countries’ response to these problems, draws important lessons from the crisis, and provides a thoughtful discussion of the daunting challenges ahead for the global economy.” --George Akerlof, University of California at Berkeley



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